The Chateau is sorted

Two years ago I took on a project that I knew would be an adventure. A Chateau in the South of France built between the 12th and 16th centuries. I couldn’t resist, after all it had towers and a portcullis! The

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The Chateau is sorted

Two years ago I took on a project that I knew would be an adventure. A Chateau in the South of France built between the 12th and 16th centuries. I couldn’t resist, after all it had towers and a portcullis! The

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BIID Conference 2014

Having read this website you’ve probably realised that there is more to interior design than you expected – covering everything from spatial design, highly technical detailing to creating decorative schemes and furnishing; important issues that can prove expensive if done

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BIID Conference 2014

Having read this website you’ve probably realised that there is more to interior design than you expected – covering everything from spatial design, highly technical detailing to creating decorative schemes and furnishing; important issues that can prove expensive if done

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Salone Del Mobile, Milano

In town I discovered the new micro mosaics by Michaell Anastassiades for Brix and a beautifully made cabinet called Madison at Rosato. The collection by Nika Zupanc for Se confirmed my inkling that we are about to embrace glamour one more time, perhaps

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Salone Del Mobile, Milano

In town I discovered the new micro mosaics by Michaell Anastassiades for Brix and a beautifully made cabinet called Madison at Rosato. The collection by Nika Zupanc for Se confirmed my inkling that we are about to embrace glamour one more time, perhaps

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Salone del Mobile, Milano

Each year I visit Milan to see the furniture fair.  It must be the world’s greatest with around 3000  large stands dressed to show each manufacturer at their best. With the city embracing the event the various satellite shows feature

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Salone del Mobile, Milano

Each year I visit Milan to see the furniture fair.  It must be the world’s greatest with around 3000  large stands dressed to show each manufacturer at their best. With the city embracing the event the various satellite shows feature

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Masterclass

Teaming up with interiors magazine stylist Sophie Robinson, I have decided to set up  a series of masterclasses. A class would last a day and Sophie and will assist you in pulling together a cohesive, practical and stylish scheme for

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Masterclass

Teaming up with interiors magazine stylist Sophie Robinson, I have decided to set up  a series of masterclasses. A class would last a day and Sophie and will assist you in pulling together a cohesive, practical and stylish scheme for

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The Perfect Chair

I do like to use a pair of arm chairs opposite a sofa but often in London there is too little space to have that sort of luxury. Until I found this chair by Knoll, designed by the Brit Marc

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The Perfect Chair

I do like to use a pair of arm chairs opposite a sofa but often in London there is too little space to have that sort of luxury. Until I found this chair by Knoll, designed by the Brit Marc

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Sleep Event

The only international event to focus on hotel design, the Sleep Event, took place on 21st November. Dan spoke to the audience at the Business Design Centre about hotel bathroom design, stating that character is back and handmade is the latest

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Sleep Event

The only international event to focus on hotel design, the Sleep Event, took place on 21st November. Dan spoke to the audience at the Business Design Centre about hotel bathroom design, stating that character is back and handmade is the latest

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Fees and Getting Paid: The Big Debate

As Director of Continuing Professional Development (CPD) and Vice President of the Institute Dan chaired a discussion about fee structure in the interior design profession. On the panel were fellow BIID members Lori Pinkerton-Rolet and Staffan Tollgard, two of London’s

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Fees and Getting Paid: The Big Debate

As Director of Continuing Professional Development (CPD) and Vice President of the Institute Dan chaired a discussion about fee structure in the interior design profession. On the panel were fellow BIID members Lori Pinkerton-Rolet and Staffan Tollgard, two of London’s

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The One That Got Away

Occasionally we get to design a project that does not come into fruition,  which is always disappointing especially when it is going to be in Selfridges. A rather classy Champagne house Henriot paid us to come up with some designs

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The One That Got Away

Occasionally we get to design a project that does not come into fruition,  which is always disappointing especially when it is going to be in Selfridges. A rather classy Champagne house Henriot paid us to come up with some designs

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50 Years of Mathmos Lamps

Next month the Mathmos lamp celebrates its 50th birthday and a huge 200-litre lamp will be on display at the Royal Festival Hall. Read what Dan had to say to the BBC in their article about the iconic designs last week.

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50 Years of Mathmos Lamps

Next month the Mathmos lamp celebrates its 50th birthday and a huge 200-litre lamp will be on display at the Royal Festival Hall. Read what Dan had to say to the BBC in their article about the iconic designs last week.

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